Need to talk?
24 hour advice - Call 01284 766133 to speak to a member of the Hospice team
We can help you to manage symptoms such as pain and anxiety. Find information on illnesses and explore a number of strategies.
You’ll find information to help you prepare and hold discussions with loved ones and medical professionals.
Support groups and activities
Designed to improve your wellbeing and help you live with your condition
Explore our services
Who are they for and where do they take happen?
- Some are open door, others require a referral to the Hospice.
- We have groups for people with an illness and sessions for carers and bereaved adults and children
- They happen at the Hospice building in Bury St Edmunds, as well as offering groups at The Burton Centre in Haverhill. Also, we have a growing number of support sessions around the West Suffolk and Thetford area.
Where is support available?
Wherever you call home
If given a choice of where they would like to receive care, most people would say in the comfort of their own home, surrounded by the people and pets they know. One of our primary aims is to make this happen, wherever possible.
Key services enabling care to be delivered in the community
Help at home
We support your wish to stay at home by helping you maintain your independence. We aid with mobility, managing symptoms and promoting wellbeing by helping with the small things that become difficult.
Care on Sylvan Ward
A peaceful environment for you to receive personalised care, particularly if your needs become more complex. Sylvan ward is a short-stay unit, which means many people only stay on the ward for a few days before they return home.